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an update on the traffic alert along the u-s 60... westbound 60 near mill avenue is it is a slow start to the weekend because of a bad accident involving numerous cars. you can see there is a lot of safety personnel on the scene. >> yeah, we see paramedics four fire unit, d.p.s., the whole nine yards. the problem is it hasn't improved much. only the h.o.v. lane is moving on the far right. >> we'll keep our eye on it and bring you updates. fallout continuing after the video is released showing a flagstaff police officer striking a woman in the face. it is pretty difficult to watch. the officer claims the woman was
in the groin. the woman is denying that. tonight's civil rights leaders are demanding answers in this case. andrew hasbun with this story from flagstaff. >> reporter: civil rights leaders and the victim are calling for for police officer to be fired and they plan to ask for a federal investigation. the video shows flagstaff officer hitting 30-year-old marissa morris in the face. now, she wants him fired. >> he deserves it because anybody in any other workforce would be fired if they hit anybody. >> reporter: morris was joined by city rights leader who demanded a thorough investigation. >> what kind of man can punch this woman in the face? if this was any one of us as a citizen, we would be in jail for an assault charge. just because your an officer, doesn't mean you're allowed to assault somebody. reporter: the officer is on
the city investigates. he was helping with an eviction when the situation escalated. some of the aftermath was caught on the officer's body camera but the body camera was turned off when the incident happened. >> we have one of the biggest examples of police brutality in our state. >> reporter: she has a message for flagstaff p.d. >> do their jobs like they would with anybody else. they should take it i hands and do what they were hired, protect us, not hurt us. >> reporter: as part of their investigation, the flagstaff police department says they will be looking at why the officer turned off his body camera. in flagstaff, i'm andrew hasbun, fox 32 news. a man pleads guilty of aggravated assault after running down a valley veteran with his car.
richardson tried to intervene when he saw gibson dragging his girlfriend by the hair. the vet ended up in i.c.u. gibson will be sentenced next month. a mother and her children are out of their home after the attic catches fire. the flames spread to the garage of the home near 18th street and southern. the family made it out alive, thankfully. there was fire damage and smoke damage to the house. it is not clear what caused the fire. tonight, fox news with an interesting special at the 8:00 hour. the founder of "tmz" interviewing donald trump in the intersank item. it air tonight at 8:00. harvey levin joins us tonight. harvey, this is fascinating because i think you got to know through the objects in trump's place, his pad, you got to know
we don't know. >> if you watched him over the last 16 months, you have seen this audacious or almost arrow tkpwapblt guy at times. there is a very different donald trump. i went to his penthouse in mid-september. he was super busy at the time. he promised me a certain amount of time and when i got there, he was running late and had to go to new hampshire and do fallon later. we had this thing going where he is like i have to go. i was so desperate, i blocked the front door and said you can't go. i'm not done yet. the secret service was standing there laughing at the two of us. i had to block the door acing you can't go now. >> harvey, i interviewed him at a rally in phoenix. i kept asking him, who is the real donald trump, the guy who
gentile, nice guy or the guy at the podium. he wouldn't go there but he did with you. >> i would say this, is the guy at the podium or the guy i saw, i think there is some combination of the two. i think the problem right now is everybody just has this view. you have to understand this view to form the picture. that's what i hope we do tonight >> harvey levin, great stuff. i think it is important viewing to get the complexity of donald trump that maybe a lot of americans don't know and i think you may have peeled back the onion. nice work. tonight "object fied donald trump" tonight at 8:00. thanks, harvey. appreciate it. >> thanks, john. caught on camera in tam parks a car hits two people seconds before it smashes into a bar.
wow, this is quite some scene that gives you a look at the brawl outside early tuesday morning. you see four men throwing punches but another man gets into his car and jumps a sidewalk and slams into two men who were fighting. he crashed into a window of the bad monkey bar. police are searching for the person who got behind the wheel because >> the multiple alarm fire that breaks out in california. look at the flames reported as early as 3:00 this morning. 60 firefighters from 18 engine companies tried to get this under control. no injuries reported, no structures threatened. the cause is unknown. the track is up here but the train is down here nearly 20
a commuter train slamming into a milk truck northeast of amsterdam. the front carriage of the train derailed near an unmanned train crossing. 11 people taken to the hospital, including the truck driver of the milk truck. the cause the being investigated. in the health watch tonight, heart disease is the number one killer of americans, according to the centers of control after that is heart disease, stroke, chronic respiratory disease and accidents. preventible deaths rose 24% in four years due to drug poisoning and falls. they received criticism because of their unhealthy food options and big changes in the future to mcdonald's. they are installing kiosks to
down to eat. >> you wonder how much this is in response to raising the minimum wage. some of the companies are saying we're going to limit people. >> you order on the kiosk and when your food is ready, it will be brought to you. the upgrade will slowly take place at all 14,000 mcdonald's. you pay there or at the kiosk. the hope is the new technolgy will speed up service and maybe coming up, the secret ingredient that could be pulling people into some restaurants. the latest move by justin
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we have mesa. we have gilbert. we have several different teams from all over the four peaks area. >> reporter: 600 special olympic athletes starting at the age of 6 taking over lanes one through 20 competing for gold. >> they get to compete in two games and they get medals. >> this is for the athletes. >> reporter: 19-year-old damien is a bobcat with the adapted services program in scottsdale. >> reporter: what are you >> gold medal. >> reporter: 10-year-old cole attends queen creek elementary. >> it gives him a chance to do everything that other kids get to do. >> they get to express themselves. >> reporter: educators and parents agree everyone who bowls, strikes, or not wins. >> i see the kids being happy. it's hard to describe.
>> reporter: anita roman, fox 32 news. >> the tournament continuings tomorrow. each team raises money on its own to participate. researchers at cornell found people find food more appealing when it has names like grandma's or anything suggested made at home. >> what if grandma can't cook? >> have you ever that can't cook? >> no. >> he bought a place three years ago and decided to keep the name. the new cornell study says that grandma pizza may be the best name. marketing agents say that idea is great. >> the idea of having personalities behind food
there is dave thomas who started wendy's. >> we have one guy in the studio who says his grandma is a terrible cook. my theory has been blown apart. a menu advertising aunt ethels meatballs or grandma's pizza appeals for our desires for a home-cooked personal meal. >> or you can do a home-cooked meal at home. >> if you can cook. >> it is just step by step. ma dress once worn by marilyn monroe. why someone paid millions of dollars for it. queen elizabeth says her home needs an upgrade. a lot of taxpayers may not be happy about that. >> reporter: identify never seen glen blush so much. his face turned red, cardinal red. bruce arians and his boys
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>> i don't know. >> who does that? >> maybe the prime minister. it is expected to cost around $459 million. the taxpayers, of course, will foot the bill. volkswagon announcing layoffs. the car giant says it could cut up to 30,000 jobs in the next five years. volkswagon trying to boost profits after spending billions after the recent scandal. your turkey incident her cost you less. according to the american farm bureau investigation, the cost of a turkey dinner for 10 people will cost you $49.89. the most expensive item is the turkey, which will cost more than $22 for a crowd that big. to wall street, stocks were down a little bit. the dow falling 32 points and
watch. ? happy birthday to you ? >> there is a lot of history in that dress. the dress worn by marilyn monroe when she serenaded president kennedy for his 45th birthday sold for $3 million. jackie kennedy was not happy. ripley's believe it or not paid the sum. monroe sir neighborhooded the ken did. the dress was so tight she had to be sewn into it and could not wear much under it. she died a couple months later from a drug overdose. >> reporter: before the nfl season started, the cardinals and the vikings were talking
make the playoffs. the vikings started off hot but have since turned cold. the cardinals just got things rolling. they will be in a new stadium and that can be a good thing and a bad thing. the good is, it is a dome so cardinals won't have to deal with the vikings and the snow at the same time. an expected high of 35 and a low of 23 on game day. good thing it is in the bad news it is going to be loud. can you say hostile territory? some say the stadium is louder than seattle stadium, now that is saying something. >> having not done it in this stadium, just seeing the pictures and hearing about it from other teams, it is a great venue. glad they got it done. looking forward to it. if it is louder than streetle, i got to hear it.
no problem. we got you covered. kick back and relax and watch the game with us here on fox 10. pregame stuff at 9:00 in the morning. we switch gears and talk hoops. how about graham? nice slam. so nice look at it twice. move, get out of the way. another slam right here. the put back and he is up. the transfer from buffalo came to play three ball. nothing but net, graham. a nice jumper here. a big bucket, late. a.s.u. wins it, 80-71. the devils are back in the win column. more in a matter of minutes. we hear from defensive leader patrick peterson who plans to lockdown on sunday. that is coming up at 6:00. >> thank you, richard.
in 2013. ? justin timberlake is relaunching his clothing line. he he released a clothing line back in 2005. he says the clothing is refined than a few years ago. >> reporter: coming up at 6:00, traffic moving along at a crawl in parts of the east valley after a along the us-60. plus, details about three major events happening tomorrow in downtown phoenix for people of all ages when the news continues in two minutes. this is my park. i'm like the mayor here.
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multicar crash in the east valley. it looks like half a dozen vehicles are involved in this collision on the us-60 near mill avenue in the westbound lanes. emergency crews and state troopers are on the scene there. as you can see, it is a big mess out there. traffic is slowly being allowed to pass by. let's take a live look at the freeway here from adot camera. it is not getting any better. traffic barely some of it looks like it is continuing on the us-60. you can see a huge mess for all of the commuters heading open tonight. it is unclear how many people were hurt in that accident. a number of the vehicles that we saw from sky fox are heavily damaged. hopefully, you're not stuck in that tonight. phoenix police officer
the two were involved in an altercation. the officer did not have to go to the hospital for treatment. we'll have an update for you on fox 32 news 9:00 and 10:00. the coldest morning in the valley in several months. a lot of people bundling up with sweaters. it was a cold day in the high country but not cold enough, according to snowbowl. warm for making snow. hoping to open tomorrow morning. dave munsey joins us with a look at the forecast. >> reporter: there is a lot going on as far as the weather is concerned. if you look across the country here, cold weather found its way in arizona but across a lot of the country today. as we get a look at what is going on, you can see the snow across minnesota.